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Should In-N-Out Have Veggie Burger?

mrosen814 2012/08/31 20:00:00
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According to the Huffington Post, Ari Solomon is calling for the Southern California institution to offer veggie burgers for vegetarians who miss eating at In-N-Out, in a Change.org petition. According to Solomon, "the petition is in response to a hidden camera investigation that revealed an In-N-Out beef supplier was abusing cows." What do you think? Should In-N-Out mess with their 'simple' menu to satisfy vegetarians?

HUFFINGTONPOST.COM reports:
It seems almost sacrosanct to mess with In-N-Out's long-established (secret) menu, but one Angeleno is fighting for reform.
reports sacrosanct mess in-n-outs long-established secret menu angeleno fighting reform

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  • Balladeer-PWCM-POTL 2012/09/01 04:42:18
    No
    Balladeer-PWCM-POTL
    +66
    Here is a thought for you food nazis.....IF being a vegi-Whatever is sooo bloody wonderful that you feel you need to ruin the appetites of regular people.....has any of your Mentally Enfeebled tofu eaters thought about opening your OWN diner featuring ALL meatless dishes including veggie burgers.....I want to see how many weeks such an enterprise would stay open

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  • Todayisgoingtobegreat 2012/09/17 11:56:04
    No
    Todayisgoingtobegreat
    That is a fast food rest. if you want healthy go somewhere else
  • Margaret Jacobson 2012/09/05 17:27:56
    No
    Margaret Jacobson
    not if they choose not to !! If you do not like the beef "GO FOR THE FRIES" ?? Bring your own "burger" and join the crowd eating your own thing ?? What about MILKSHAKES ??
  • GrooVy 2012/09/04 09:47:10
    Yes
    GrooVy
    Mushrooms! =D
  • Melody 2012/09/03 19:41:52
    Yes
    Melody
    Not just for vegetarians, though. It's nice to eat a meatless meal sometimes, especially if you're on a diet.
    However, those burgers look disgusting - so if you don't know how, please don't make one!
  • Sparkina 2012/09/03 19:32:14
    Yes
    Sparkina
    It will increase their customer base because not everyone eats meat. What about the vegetarian who gets dragged to In-N-Out by a meat-eating friend?
  • Beat Magnum True Hero 2012/09/03 18:48:28
    No
    Beat Magnum True Hero
    They can if they want, but the appeal of In-N-Out is their simple menu. Their veggie toppings are actually pretty fresh and yummy, and I would go for a sandwich made from one of those with their special sauce.
  • Torchy 2012/09/03 18:15:47
    Yes
    Torchy
    If there is a market for it, it's just good business sense to cater to the demands of all possible patrons. And I'm sure they can make a pretty tasty one.
  • jay 2012/09/03 17:49:29
    Yes
    jay
    Never been to an In-and-Out, but Red Robin's burgers are outstanding. They even have great burgers at Chili's.

    But what about all those calories, what about those trans fats, and what about all that salt?

    I never really cared until I looked up the nutrition information that these burger restaurants post online now. Suddenly 1,629 calories and 87% of recommended daily allowance of fat in one gourmet burger with french fries isn't that enjoyable anymore.
  • Beat Ma... jay 2012/09/03 18:49:00
    Beat Magnum True Hero
    +1
    Meh... something has to kill me.
  • jay Beat Ma... 2012/09/03 19:32:58
    jay
    Fine if you're under 40 years old, but old guys like me want to keep looking good, and it's kind of hard to look good with 100 pounds of lard hanging off your body.
  • nate 2012/09/03 17:40:47
    No
    nate
    They shouldn't have to make extra food for people that have psychological problems eating other food. Tyson Foods abuses animals, and people still buy them. People will still buy In-N-Out. Petitions like Change don't work. I laugh at those people, the fact that they think those petitions make a difference.
  • GrumpyCat 2012/09/03 17:36:53
    Yes
    GrumpyCat
    Sure, sounds like a great idea. Veggie burgers are healthy and taste very good. It's not soy, its just vegetables grilled into a patty. In-N-Out could really expand their clientele to the vegetarian as well as calorie conscience crowd. With obesity being what it is, a veggie burger is a great alternative that is fast and cheap.
  • nini 2012/09/03 17:29:41
    Yes
    nini
    some people prefer veggie burgers
  • bricklyn 2012/09/03 17:25:15
    No
    bricklyn
    People who are vegetarian do not want their food cooked on the same grill as meat.
  • manfrednissley 2012/09/03 15:38:25
    No
    manfrednissley
    If a company features soy as one of the ingredients in their food I do not eat that food. I am extremely allergic to soy! Not only that, but soy is the most abused form of female hormones in the united states!
  • srini 2012/09/03 14:52:22
    Yes
    srini
    Unless they want to lose business to competitors who do.
  • rightside 2012/09/03 13:40:14
    No
    rightside
    +2
    Not if they don't want to. I know many places that offer a healthy choice, but only because they want to, not being forced to.
    The huffenough post is just trying to be like bama and force their opinions on everyone.
    I'd stand in front of her house and eat a dripping sloppy burger just to protest her stupidity.
  • Steveth... rightside 2012/09/03 16:04:49
    Stevethinks
    +1
    Yes, always best to be a pig in public. No one can or wants to force you to eat healthily. Go ahead and eat yourself to death. Who cares?
  • rightside Steveth... 2012/09/03 16:25:02
    rightside
    +1
    I work out hard 4 days a week. Eat Healthy most of the time.
    So, if every once in a while, I want to eat a sloppy burger, then so be it.
    How about you?
  • Steveth... rightside 2012/09/03 16:32:35
    Stevethinks
    I also, work out four days a week at 65-years-old, and I never eat a greasy, sloppy burger. I did like you until I got into my 50s, and for some reason it just doesn't look or taste edible.

    Rightside, you are of the minority. Most Americans are overweight and unhealthy. Not to worry; everything will change soon. Calories will be had to find.
  • rightside Steveth... 2012/09/03 19:11:29
    rightside
    For now, its a free country.
  • Steveth... rightside 2012/09/03 19:25:00
    Stevethinks
    What has freedom to do with it? OOoooOO You're still taking about unhealthy hamburgers!
  • rightside Steveth... 2012/09/03 21:04:24
    rightside
    +1
    Yes. But, my hamburgers are pretty healthy. I use very lean meat and lots of veggies and avocados and cheese.
  • bricklyn rightside 2012/09/03 17:26:46
    bricklyn
    +1
    Do you think that anyone would even notice a slob like that?
  • GrumpyCat rightside 2012/09/03 17:38:03
    GrumpyCat
    "trying to be like bama"

    They should be. Bama has a great football team! Roll tide.
  • rightside GrumpyCat 2012/09/03 19:12:30
    rightside
    Yeah, the past 3 1/2 years have been a cake walk. NOT
    bama said if he couldn't fix it in over 3 years that he should be made a former president.
    I'm all for that.
  • Stevethinks 2012/09/03 12:35:15
    Yes
    Stevethinks
    Forty-five% of the nation is over weight and thirty% obese. Get it! get a life. You won't be in this one very long.
  • rightside Steveth... 2012/09/03 13:40:54
    rightside
    +1
    They don't have to go there if they don't want to.
  • Steveth... rightside 2012/09/03 16:06:21
    Stevethinks
    Of course. Otis Orchards, WA, US. You couldn't go to one if you wanted. I lived in Coeur d'Alene. No IN-N-OUT'S there.
  • rightside Steveth... 2012/09/03 16:25:29
    rightside
    +1
    Both beautiful places.
  • Steveth... rightside 2012/09/03 16:35:55
    Stevethinks
    Otis is a little more secluded and not as commercial, if I remember correctly. I have friends in Otis, and have spent the night there several times. I would like to live there but, alas, too close to my X.
  • rightside Steveth... 2012/09/03 19:17:15
    rightside
    +1
    Oops! Don't want to do that! LOL
    Love Otis, its quiet and hardly any crime. And, everywhere else, is very close.
    My daughter lives in Rathdrum. Same nice place.
  • Steveth... rightside 2012/09/03 19:26:30
    Stevethinks
    +1
    Hmm That's an opinion. The same as with Coeur d'Alene. Just an opinion.
  • rightside Steveth... 2012/09/03 21:04:56
    rightside
    +1
    The Pacific Northwest has the least amount of natural disasters in the US.
  • Steveth... rightside 2012/09/03 22:35:09
    Stevethinks
    Now that you mention it, You are correct. I never thought of it. Thanks I'm moving, but still close to my X.
  • rightside Steveth... 2012/09/03 23:41:04
    rightside
    +1
    You don't have to tell her that you're there. Grow your hair out, change its color, get a beard.
  • Steveth... rightside 2012/09/03 23:43:28
    Stevethinks
    +1
    Ha ah ha Never been able to grow a beard and hair is so fine and grey and thin; Hmm!
  • rightside Steveth... 2012/09/04 02:06:13
    rightside
    +1
    Please, no comb overs.
  • Steveth... rightside 2012/09/04 02:26:26
    Stevethinks
    +1
    Hey, Trump's cool!
  • rightside Steveth... 2012/09/04 03:22:08
    rightside
    +1
    No no no, I have never said that!!! Never!
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